They had me unplug the coax and power twice. Listonomas, Apr 20, 2012 #9 stevech Part of the Furniture Joined: Mar 13, 2010 Messages: 7,009 Location: San Diego circa 2004--- I would insist that the ISP swap it out for Helpful +2 Report tlf May 21, 2010 09:18PM If you are doing peer-to-peer downloads/uploads, as with torrents, your router can easily be overwhelmed by 60 or more peers. Small problems here and there but nothing a reboot/power cycle cannot solve. http://itenlightenment.com/linksys-router/linksys-router-not-working-with-mac.html
Still no connection. I uninstalled the printer driver, shut everything down...went through set-up again, reloaded the driver. Loading... It looks like some kind of fix will have to be applied to the Cisco and Juniper hardware (I think Juniper already has the fix deployed) to compensate because the various
Listonomas New Around Here Joined: Apr 16, 2012 Messages: 4 hi Folks, i´ve got an Linksys E2500 router, about 15 days ago, and I'm facing a problem with it. Host name, which is simply your computers network name, found under the identification tab under network properties. I did the same thing with renewing and releasing the DHCP and nothing happens.
Finally, I reset to defaults, changed the router name, setup the MAC clone config and it started working again. The two settings you mentioned can not both be turned on at the same time. so you will be able to do the above Helpful +7 Report Matt9876 Jun 1, 2010 05:47PM Charter blocking Linksys & Belkin routers (Fixed) This has been a week long and All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading...
The Fix:This was done with a Windows7 laptop computer and new Belkin router. 1. You might be able to get them to check and undo it. I thought the change had something to do with it, but the router worked fine initially (about 5 minutes) then stopped, internet light blinking or fluttering. https://community.linksys.com/t5/Wireless-Routers/WRT54GS-DHCP-not-working/td-p/295427 Ugh.
Calls to Charter had me doing all the normal stuff they make you do which got me back to where the computer would connect directly but the router would not get Is your modem DSL? If Charter is in fact disallowing the use of a Linksys router by limiting which MAC addresses they'll accept, that's total bullpucky. I really don't know about any incompatibility here, and this model is reeeeeally old, from July 2004.
UPDATE: To clarify, the routers are routers with all of the settings set to the OEM's factory settings. check this link right here now The problem has been solved. Report dep- Apr 5, 2010 10:19AM Was totally skeptical, but this actually worked. The charter modem doesn't seem to allow anything hooked to a router.
The problem is that the Router do not renew DHCP connections. http://itenlightenment.com/linksys-router/linksys-router-url-blocking-not-working.html That doesn't make sense unless it's something unique to your modem's method of being a DHCP server (does your PC connected directly to the modem (briefly) also fail to renew DHCP? How DHCP Server Assigns IP Addresses to the Client Computers? works!
Anyone had a similar issue? Now, I'm back to the same config - same name - and everything is working. Connect the coax and power up the modem. 4. http://itenlightenment.com/linksys-router/linksys-router-ip-not-working.html I'd just set the E2500 aside, with a Cisco ticket number pending, and go spend $40 on a new router from a walk-in store that will take returns without involving you
Penguinapple1 posted Nov 13, 2016 at 10:52 PM merlin toolchain issue on Mac viwrtuser posted Nov 13, 2016 at 10:40 PM Question on setting 380.63 jerry6 posted Nov 13, 2016 at My ISP never has balked at a house call to swap, or I go to their office to swap. Mine, Time Warner, has many different vintages of cable modems they use, most all are Motorola SBxxx.
The 24.151 address you listed earlier belongs to Charter Communications, for example.Only way to change it is to either do the unplug modem + wait, or phone them up and ask DNS servers, enter your ISP's 2 DNS servers here that you found on the status page of your Linksys web admin, or on any documentation that your ISP sent you, or Linksys E2500 DHCP Issue Discussion in 'General Wireless Discussion' started by Listonomas, Apr 16, 2012. Report PorkPie- Mar 21, 2010 12:49PM Universal plug and play shouldn't have any impact on the connection to your ISP.
Click on the Save Settings button. I followed the tip to setup the MAC clone config. Thanks for the help, doc... http://itenlightenment.com/linksys-router/linksys-router-web-interface-not-working.html Browse other questions tagged networking router linksys cable-modem or ask your own question.
Report jigga- Mar 18, 2010 04:26PM you won't be able to access the "internet" but you will be able to access the LAN which is the set of computer connected to The modem should be whitelisted, as he was assisted by a Charter tech in setting it up (before he called me) and it does work when hooked directly to a computer. Now my wireless printer won't work. What they told me was that they found an Issue with this model, E2500.
As I could see, the problem is that the Router isn't renewing my IP Address with the ISP. And unfortunately I don't have another router at the moment to try out. Reply With Quote 06-06-01,11:35 AM #7 BlackSword View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Advanced Member Join Date Apr 2001 Location Ontario, Canada Posts 700 Be right there! Register now Not a member yet?
It should tell you your global IP there, or IPchicken, or loads of other places. Edward Reply With Quote 06-06-01,05:42 PM #11 BlackSword View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Advanced Member Join Date Apr 2001 Location Ontario, Canada Posts 700 I have seen heat share|improve this answer answered Dec 31 '13 at 0:58 Matt 2,440154063 Thanks, @Matt. to all vets [OpenForum] by mark5019203.
Report chris- May 24, 2010 06:26PM I forgot to mention, two of us use linksys, one uses a d-link router. Since you have more than a handful of workstations, get a pad of paper and jot down your users and the IP address you assign each one, and don't lose it. Closing the account and reopening it actually sounds like a good idea, however, would getting a new router and/or modem from them or anywhere for that matter not resolve the situation See of that helps narrow down things.
Perhaps try re-flashing the firmware as one last hope? Edward Reply With Quote 06-05-01,11:17 PM #2 YeOldeStonecat View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Moderator Join Date Jan 2001 Location Somewhere along the shoreline in New England Posts 50,689 Thanks Folks. Also did you clear the NVRAM?
PPPoE can be a major PITA. I called his bluff and he linked my a screenshot of my IP address loaded into his LOIC program, so, he has that going for him, which is nice.